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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 9, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                C IHlr IIS MEM i or i A UOINESMi North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOLXXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 9 1033 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 212 Garner Gets Back at Em Razzed tLike All of Newcomers to Senate By HERBERT PUJIVEHEB WASHINGTON June 9 President Garner like all newcom ers to the senate is getting his share of senatorial razzing but he is returning in kind Its amusing to watch the progress of this friendly feud which flares up ever so often in the senate Garner came over from the house where he had ruled with such authority with certain ideas of his own JOHN w GARNER as to parliamen tary procedure He didnt like Vice President Dawes try to institute drastic reforms He merely endeav ored to speed up procedure when ever possible Objects to Haste Borah went to him privately at one time and objected to the haste with which he dispatched a certain bill Jack laughed told the Idaho senator that hed take a slap on the wriit at any time even more but senators were supposed to be on their toes and alive to what was go ing on 1 Several days ago the senate was considering an amendment to a bill involving a change in postal rates Time came for a vote and it was a tie The vice president wasnt in the chair to cast his vote which would have broken the tie was at a cabinet meeting Republicans saw an excellent oportunity Reed of Pennsylvania arose and asked Where Is the vice president Dawes Missed Once One of the classic stories of the senate concerns the time that a vice president wasnt in the chair on auckVanl occasion It during er shoiiW be con firmed as Cobllageschoice for at torney general Dawes was in his downtown hotel when the vote wan taken He made a frantic effort to get to the senate chamber but failed Warren was not confirmed Reed reminded the senate of story and the fun the democrats had at Dawes expense when they criticized him for noting Garners absence Revenge at Last Cactus Jack waited for his op portunity to get even It came A few days later the senate was considering an amendment by Con nally of Texas to reduce veterans pensions 25 per cent An effort was being made to put the reduction at 15 per cent The vote was a tie 42 to 42 Without a moments hesitation Garner announced his vote in favor of Connallys amendment making it 43 for 42 against Immediately opponents of the Connally amendment were on their feet with a point of order that Gar ner had no right to vote as it was a tie vote and would have failed Down came Garners gavel and the cryptic retort The chair has a vote and he has already cast it Refuse Request for 12 Additional Camps DES MOINES June 9 re quest by state officials for 12 ad ditional forestry camps has been refused by national officials R B Kittinger Becretary of the state emergency relief committee said Sixteen sites will compose the Iowa locations ACCEPT VET CUTS COMPROMISE Mattern Lands Near Irkutsk to Spend TO 7 UP HOUSE RECOVERS FROM SICKNESS STILL HOPE OF RECORD Quick Takeoff at Town m Siberia Aided by Help of Natives MOSCOW June 9 Mattern round the world flyer landed at Beloye Siberia about EC miles from Irkutsk at p m today Moscow time a m He intends to remain there until tomorrow No details were available here but the aviator presumably was in good health and his plane functioning well Mattern hopped oi from Kras noyarsk a little more than four hours after he had arrived there from Belovo Siberia Still Has Chance The American aviator Ivho be lieves he still has a chance to es tablish a globe girdling record de spite setbacks by sickness rain and plane trouble arrived at Kras noyarsk at a m Moscow time p m Thursday eastern standard He was away again at a m a m after a hurried attempt to repair the damage his red white and blue Century of Progress suffered during the forced lauding at Belovo early Wed nesdayiUaornlrigv rrTher TatatT hadapparently recov ered from the nausea which had forced him to land almost uncon scious at Belovo when he departed from that miners settlement wav ing his thanks to the hospitable so viet authorities and people who had helped him Everything Ready Everything was ready for him on his arrival in Krasnoyarsk and it was believed that his early getaway was made possible by the presence it the airport of an interpreter and the essentials he needed At Krasnoyarsk 185 miles from BeloVo he had planned to effect permanent repairs on his large ship ie tail of which was broken during let landing at Belovo near Pro iopievsk A leaking gas line which caused him to inhale fumes result ng in an intense sickness also had o be repaired Then he hoped to complete the seventh Jaunt of his race against he world flight time set in 1931 by Harold Gatty and Wiley Post and subsequently to span the Pacific Cannot Rest Much His hope of beating Post and Jatty apparently rests in his abil ty to reduce the time he is on the ground henceforth Mattern was Lbout 145 hours out of New York and Gatty took about 92 hours to reach Irkutsk but they were grounded a total of 52 hours at 3lagovestschensk Khanarovsk and Edmonton Can Mattern was held up longer than le had hoped at Belovo by rain FVEPERISH IN WESTERN NEW YORK STORM areded nd manv inJllrcd western New York as a result of the most violent wind hail TnV nmny year8 Into millions of dollars This Is a vie v at Alden a suburb of Buffalo where every tree in the village Was leveled Eastern Half of Nation Bakes Deaths Reported Northern Iowa Cooler as Breezes Drowns In Mississippi MONTROSE June B rence Roberts 19 New Boston drowned while swimming in the Mississippi river AUNT HET By Robert Quillen t The only satisfied folks I know is so rich they dont care what folks think or so poor they dont care what folks think storms which broke late in night He waited until they the had cleared away and then warmly thanking officials and mechanics for their help he took off the plane rising without difficulty THREE INDICTED IN BANK FAILURE Grand Chief of Brotherhood of Engineers Named by Cleveland Jury CLEVELAND June 9 dictments charging misapplication of funds in connection with the col lapse of the Standard Trust bank of Cleveland were returned by a grand jury today against Alvanley Johnston grand chief of the Bro therhood of Locomotive Engineers and two other officers of the bank The others were James H Cas sell secretarytreasurer of the bro therhood and C Stirling Smith former president of the Standard Trust bank Johnston was a di rector of the bank Three indict ments were returned two of them naming all three men and the third naming Smith alone One of the counts charged that the three men unlawfully and wil fully misapplied property of the bank consisting of 5150000 in 6 per cent Seaboard Continental cor poration bonds by depositing the bonds as collateral security for a note executed by the Grand International Brotherhood of Loco motive Engineers BreezeO were sNorth Iowa cooler and more comfortable Friday as the Associated Press re ported sizzlinghot record breaking temperatures baking vast stretches Df the eastern half of the nation wringing reports of deaths that ap proached the century mark And while some portions of the affected areas notably the extreme southern and eastern parts of the Great Lakes region were enjoying moderate relief from the devasta Ingeffects of the weeks intensely ligh temperature readings the east saw no prospect for lower figures until night when local thunder showers might ease the situation 92 in New York The nations Thursday with a record breaking June 8 tempera ure of 82 with one heat death and wo drownings but it was in the middlewest where the death figures mounted Illinois alone counted 22 dead in hree days of the heat wave Eigh een of the fatalities were in Chi cago where the thermometer shot up to new all time record for a June then began to recede vith a drop of 10 degrees promised or today Dozens of persons were overcome and treated In Chicago hospitals in cluding eight visitors to the citys entury of Progress exposition Cleveland Sets Record Cleveland was scorched under an all time heat record of 98 for the day and reported that 11 were known to have died In Ohio during the past two days from the boat with two others losing their lives by drowning Detroit likewise tried to keep cool but couldnt as the mercury went to a record breaking June 8 figure of 100 Eight dead from the heat were counted in Michigan and two were drowned Drownings were common through out the affected sections as resi dents took to the streams and beaches Indiana listed four drown Turn lo Paice 1 Column 1 Kraschel Eliminates Himself From Race for Iowa Revenue Job GlobeGazette Undhlnglon Burean WASHINGTON June Gov N G Kraschel has eliminated himself from the race for appoint ment as collector of internal reve nue for Iowa Senator Murphy said today Kraschel had the refusal of the 6500 job some time but withheld decision pending determination of the farm credit setup in Iowa and the administration of the farm ad justment act in either of which he might be considered for an im portant place in the state He has gone Into the farm credit organiza tion with Henry Morgenthau Jr governor of the farm credit admin istration Senator Murphy said he had nothing to disclose yet on the in ternal revenue post or the place considered for Kraschel Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal June 9 All I know is just what I read in the papers I see where they are not going to discuss the war debts on account of its being rather embarrassing to discuss em on the day they are due They just going to make out like nobody Is paying any atten tion to em and Europe wont be They talked about how fast Roosevelt got things done Con gress is going to make a snail out of him They are going to undo in 10 days what it took him 10 weeks to do Excuse me I got to listen to the fight Yours WILL Copyright 1033 McNaugM Syndicate FRENCH DEFAULT FORECAST AGAIN No Mention by Premier in His Reply to Chamber of Deputies PARIS June 9 French default affecting the war debt payment due the United States June 15 became evident to day as Premier Daladiar replying in the chamber of deputies to inter pretations on foreign policy avoided any mention of the debts The premier restricted himself to the governments policies at the world economic conference opening next week in London and to the reasons for initialing the Mussolini fourpower peace pact He is leaving for London Sun day to head the French delegation to the conference and the chances the debts coming up in the chamber are steadily fading France defaulted in the 19000 300 debt payment due the United States laat December The install ment due June 15 is about 40000 000 The approval of the chamber of deputies Is necessary before cither payment may ba made Davenport Youth 18 Dies of Broken Neck DAVENPORT June 9 tragic death of Aubrey D Allen 18 year old Davenport high school track star has cast gloom on the graduation exercises scheduled for tonight Allen succumbed at a m to a broken neck suffered Wednes day afternoon when he dived into shallow water at Credit island beach Young Allen a member of the class to be graduated tonight had iccn awarded a major D Wednes day morning for his performances as a member of the track team He also was a member of laH years basketball squad Hull MacDonald Hold Discussion After Luncheon U S Delegate to London Scores Attempts Mislead Parley LONDON June 9 of state Cordcll Hull head of the American delegation to the world economic conference and Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald of Great Britain had a private talk lasting 45 minutes after luncheon today at the home of Ray Atherton counselor to the American embassy Considerable secrecy surrounded the luncheon Where Mr Hull had been was not revealed until after he returned to conference headquar ters It was stated in high Ameri can quarters that the debt topic was not raised Scores Minority Groups The meeting between Mr Mac Donald and the American secretary of state took place after a news paper interview in which Mr Hull struck out vigorously at what he described as attempts by minority groups in various countries to di vert attention form the real purpose of the conference to relatively min or issues Hull facing a roomful of Ameri can and British reporters at his hotel in his first press conference in England said that in view of the magnitude nnd difficulties of the economic problems facing the par ley ho does not consider it within the functions of his delegation to go outside a ivcll defined list of subjects outlined in the formal pro gram for discussion Rules Out War Debts Hull definitely ruled out war debts as a subject for considera tion here saying that he would not presume on any subjects which already were not on the program of the conference For the equitable redistribution of gold he said restoration of world faith by the removal of trade bar riers Is the best measure Replying to other questions from British correspondents the secre tary said the American delegation Is not attempting to put a time limit on the conference but feels It must be faciliated because of the gravity of the economic crisis The American delegation came with definite Idens and with a spirit of teamwork the chairman continued Must Get Results Hull speakingwith great em phasis said the American represen tatives have a profound and deep seated feeling that unless there is enough statesmanship at the con ference to make substantial prog ress in dealing with the economic ills of the world the result will he sad indeed for present day ideals and standards The imminence of due dates for war debts payments next week and the announcement of a German debt moratorium added confusion to the troubled world economic sit uation as American delegates plunged into a round of prepara tions for the formal opening of the ADMITS Bands Battle SALES TO WIFE TO ESCAPE TAX Another Morgan Partner Denies Artifice to Avoid Payment WASHINGTON June 9 scribing personal stock transactions to senate investigators today one partner of J P Morgan and com pany readily agreed he had claimed income tax exemption of 5114 000 for stock sales directly and in directly to his wife while another denied any artifice to escape pay ment of taxes Young Thomas S Lamont testi fied he claimed the big exemption in his 1930 income but asserted the internal revenue bureau had re viewed the transactions and made no complaint He offered to waive any statutory time limitations to permit a new review Trusts for Children William Ewing another partner testified he and his wife obtained as collateral on stock loaned to trust funds for their chil dren through which they sold short but emphatically denied it was an artifice to avoid payment of income taxes Ferdinand Pecora committee counsel estimated that Lamont re duced his income tax about 520000 through the deductions he claimed butthc youngMorgan partnicsaic he thought that estimate high The counsel contended also thai the Ewing transactions permitted them to have the money without paying an income tax for as long as they wanted but the Morgan partner asserted the money even tually woud be returned to the trust funds when the short sales were covered Made Spcclnl Study He disclosed the internal revenue bureau mode a special study of the case and held that he and Mrs Ewing had received no taxable Income from the transactions The testimony of the Morgan partners was given in a hearing room so unbearably hot that nearly every one with the exception of J P Morgan senior partner and one or two committee members re moved their coats At the outset John W Davis Morgan counsel who challenged the committees authority told the in vestigators that with their new au thority he would offer no objection to questioning his clients and added they wanted to give all the facts May Extend Prone Pecora was not sure whether he could wind up by evening or whether the Morgan study would have to extend into next week Yesterday he had finished ques tioning O P Van Sweringcn rail road operator disclosing that the Van Sweringen group made millions in the organization of the Alle ghany corporation in 192D nnd had profits of almost Pecora questioned Van Swerin n at length about a loan of made to the Missouri Pa cific in March 1932 by the Recon struction corporation The witness said it had been used to reduce ob ligations to Kuhn Loeb and com pany and the Guaranty Trust com pany New Economic Era Forecast by ONeal SIOUX CITY June 9 new economic era was forecast by Edward A ONeal president of the American Farm Bureau Federa tion because of the concerted action for farm relief He spoke at the in terstate conference of farm wo mens annual convention for Ranking at Evanston North lowans Among High Platings in Solo Events EVANSTON 111 June 27 choice bands from various parts of the United States played today in class A competition of the national high school contest their high qual ity indicated that this event was probably the most hotly coutested of any in the national high school contest Bands played throughout the day in Patten gym on North western university as expert judges weighed the fine points of each or ganization North lowans who won honors in the solos events were Myron Boh len of Clear Lake and James Stiehl of Charles City who were placed in the superior division Gilbert Mc Ewen of Mason City who was in the second division in French horn playing and Ray Seney Jr of Ma son City who was in the second division of trombonists Keith Williams of Mason City re ceived first in tuba and Gwyneth Smith of Mason City was in the third division In saxophone competi tion Play In Morning Rienzi overture by Wagner was the required class A band number Each band also played a selective number The number Mason City had selected was Tschalkowskys 1812 overture first on thelist in point of difficulty Baiids bpmpetingoauring the morning included tie group from Washington high Sioux Falls S Dak Roosevelt high DCS Moines Urbana III high Senn high Chicago Hammond Ind Applcton Wis Harrison Tech Chicago and Alcee Fortier high school of New Orleans The band fronj Joliet 111 high four times national champions was on the afternoon program with the organizations from Austin high Chicago Chattanooga Tcnn Park ershurg W Va and Dubuquc Iowa Other bands were to play to night The band from Lincoln high of Vinton Iowa played today at the Worlds fair Set for SupremeTest The Mason City band held its last heavy rehearsal from to oclock last night No spectators were allowed as the director Carle ton L Stewart grilled the musi cians with an aim of nothing short of perfection A light rehearsal was held at 3 oclock this afternoon and the Mo hawk band was set for Its supreme effort at oclock Friday night central standard time Today was instrument checking day with every instrument put in perfect condition and tuned as near y as possible to the exact tempera ture expected when the Mason City slayers go on the concert stage Used for Alarm Clock Spirits of the Mnson City musi cians were reported good by Prin cipal Jamea Rae hos pitality was much in evidence in Turn In TnEe 2 fnlunin 2 VOTE SATURDAY Senate Adopts Road Aid Amendment in Public Works Bill WASHINGTON June 9 louse democratic steering commit tee today unanimously accepted a modification of President Roose velts compromise proposal on vet erans cuts and made plans to bring t up for house action tomorrosv The decision was reached at a joint meetingof the special vet erans committee and the steering committee Representative Pou D N who acted as spokesman for the steering committee said Meeting Harmonious We had a very harmonious meeting We substantially agreed to the form of a rule which will prob ably be presented to the house this afternoon and considered tomorrow Pou declined to make public de tails of the compromise The senate today by 65 to 20 adopted a committee amendment to he industrial recovery bill allotting the 5100000000 to the states for roads on the basis of one third each on population area and existing road mileage as against onehalf on population in the house bill Exempt Public Plnnts The house by a vote of 106 to 182 approved the Johnson amendment exempting municipally owned pow er plants from the producers 3 Wife of President Arrives at Newark NEWARK N J June D Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt arrived at Newark airport by plane from Cleveland today parley Monday Secretary Hull declined to com ment on the German moratorium to Page 2 Column Thomas Is Moderator of Iowa Evangelicals BURLINGTON June 9 Rev Theodore Thomas of Tripoli was named moderator of the Iowa District conference The Rev T E Schumacher of Kahoka was elected vice moderator GROUP APPROVES NEWTON CHOICE Bank Committee Acts Upon Nomination Fulfilling Pledge to Hoover WASHINGTON Juno 9 The senate banking committee to day approved the nomination of Walter Newton who was former President Hoovers secretary as a member of the federal home loan bank board The nomination was sent to the senate yesterday by President Roosevelt In response to a promise he made to Mr Hoover that he would take care of Newton Newton resigned as a member of the houae from Minnesota to be come Mr Hoovers secretary He wns appointed a federal judge for Minnesota but the senate ns on all other nominations near the end of Inst session refused to act The committee also approved Russell Hawkins of Oregon as a member of the Reconstruction cor porationboard but delayed action on the nominations of M S Szym czak of Chicago and J J Thomas of Nebraska to the federal reserve board William J Kccfe of Iowa has been nominated judge of customs court h insnjca the amendment offered by Senator Johnson R The 3 per cent tax will apply to all privately owned power plants It is transferred from the consum ers to the producers Aid Homo Owners The administrations rephrased bill intended to put 2000000000 at the call of debt pressed home owners was accepted by the house and sent to the senate where ap proval will make the measure ready for the signature of the president The house also approved the ad ministrations amended railroiui Jill leaving only senate action ne cessary to send the measure to the president President Roosevelt is preparing a statement of his policies on tariff reciprocity to clarify the situation resultingfrom his dicision not to send a tariff resolution to congress Lower Tariff Wnlls The presidential declaration is expected to set forth his hopes to enter into reciprocal agreements with the other nations for a general loweringof tariff walls However instcntl of obtaining full authority from congress be forehand to negotiate these treaties and to lower the tariff duties in ac cordance with them it is now his intention to pursue the normal course on negotiation and submit the treaties later to congress for ap proval A desire to have congress quit as early as possible has prompted the president to avoid asking the tariff authority at this time The Roosevelt statement is timed to set forth clearly his views before the world economic conference op ens Monday Council Bluffs Girl Shot Through Heart COUNCIL BLUFFS June 9 Nettie Barnes 20 was in a hospital today with a bullet wound in the heart after a mysterious shooting Officials were unable to question the girl because of her condition IOWA WEATHER Somewhat unsfttlrd Friday night and Saturday slightly warmer In centra portions Fri day night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 82 Minimum jn Night 55 At 8 A M The relief from heat which has reached Iowa is reflected in the above figures Wednesdays maxi mum was 94 and the previous maximum was 96   

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